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Dynamo Engineering Drawing Studio

The Dynamo Engineering Drawing Studio (DZS for short) is a learning community of the Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering for bachelor and master students of courses run by the Faculty.

In the rooms of the DZS, founded in 1953, students not only have the opportunity to learn at their own workstation and share knowledge, but also for social interaction. The aim is to encourage the communal aspect, student collaboration and motivation – thus resulting in rapid progress in your studies. An informal atmosphere and a wide range of specialisations in the advanced course fields (energy, control, communications engineering, etc.) among members create the ideal setting for succeeding in your studies.

Eva Ölweiner, Member of the Dynamo Engineering Drawing Studio

I use the DZS rooms for learning and chatting with my drawing hall colleagues. We generally cook and eat together at lunchtime. You can revise for difficult exams together and the exam material and help from other members save you a lot of time and effort. The rooms and infrastructure (WIFI, PC monitors) are provided by TU Graz, otherwise the DZS is funded from the “Bockbier- und Saubratenfest” (once a semester). The proceeds are used to buy kitchen utensils, for example, or to pay for joint activities.

Profile

  • Name: Dynamobauzeichensaal (DZS)  
  • Tasks:  Learning community of the Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering for bachelor and master students of courses run by the Faculty  
  • Address:
    Petersgasse 116/EG
    8010 Graz  
  • Contact:
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  • Target group: students of courses run by the Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering

Services for Students

  • Learn at your own workstation including use of the entire infrastructure (PCs, scanner, printer, DVD/CD burner and cooking facilities)
  • Social exchange and knowledge transfer between students
  • Career network thanks to drawing hall colleagues
  • Exam material, current lecture notes and specialist books
  • Contact to TU Graz institutes, industry and business Events and parties including the Saubraten- und Bockbierfest
  • Build your soft skills including teamwork, organisation and managerial qualities by working in the organisation

Interested?

All students of courses run by the Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering are warmly welcome!

For further information, either send an  email or visit the DZS at Petersgasse 116/EG.